One of the advantages of the capitalist order is that the one with sufficient principal can establish a company and provide services or products. Although this creates diversity among buyers and employees, it would not be right to weigh brands that are trying to gain a new place in the sector, both economically and sociocultural, or that are established as well as established brands in the same category.
Basically firms and employees working within each sector work for a gain. However, it is a fact proven by many experiments that working happily and peacefully brings both more success and persistence. The most basic way to achieve this happiness and peace (the same applies for both employees and managers) is to be in a specific culture, even at work, and to adapt to this company culture, which we can call in nonverbal rules.
Different Life Same Culture
It is not possible for all employees to have the same economic level, the same education, the same cultural level or the same tastes in their social lives. The way that all employees with different life patterns work within the company for the same goal is through the company culture. Each company has a specific culture of its own and its employees work at every point in their business life reflecting that culture. However, this culture does not occur in a day, nor can all employees continue their work life with this culture.
To adapt and internalize
Although there may be small differences in the sector, the process of the formation of the company life culture is basically similar. This culture that has developed over the years begins primarily with employees behaviorally copying what they see from their managers. For example, if a company manager enters the office by saying “Good morning” in the morning, employees will enter the office by greeting in the same way. This will create a culture within the company where there is a more friendly and warm atmosphere.
Of course, it is not just that a good morning can create a company culture, it is only an example that can be given without any matter of sectoral details. What the new employee or manager should pay attention to here is not only adapting and copying this culture, but also internalizing the company culture and reflecting these unwritten rules in all business processes.